Disruptions keep coming, making visibility, flexibility and control vital features of resilience, Blue Yonder CEO says.
The U.S. hospitality industry is a great example of how not to resume business post-pandemic—at least, not if you want to keep your customers.
How one company saved $1.2 million, and improved health plan data, by switching to self-funding three years ago.
With the warnings of an impending recession, many CEOs face increasing pressure to protect the bottom line at all costs—including their own mental health. Here's how to preserve both.
A recent study suggests in coming years, finance chiefs will need a new mindset, comfort with technology and facility with data analysis.
In this edition of our Corporate Competitor Podcast, former marine sergeant and current top gun at Crunch Fitness Jim Rowley discusses how his focus on preparedness and setting high expectations honed in the military enabled him to take the company to new heights.
To make artificial intelligence and machine learning work for you, take on the management issues that can get in the way. Here's how.
The right person for the job will be an individual who thrives on daily challenges while keeping an eye on the business horizon and strategizing for the future.
It infiltrates the workplace like a firestorm, fanning the flames of manipulation intended to make team members question their own reality, and forces segregation by political and social values. Deadly to any company's productivity, this fire must be put out before it spreads.
Many (or most) of the interactions customers have with companies today are filled with nerve-grating friction—which leads to share-price-sinking defection. Ending that is a win-win for shareholders and customers. Here's how to do it.
To win ‘the war for talent,’ you don’t just need great people, say top CHROs—what you really need is a great people plan.
For this CEO, transparency is about constant communication, empathy and remaining results-oriented.
After two-plus years of a pandemic, there's no doubt that some of your employees are suffering from the pain of loss. Here's how your company can help.
Ford’s reported plan to eliminate thousands of ‘ICE’ jobs illustrates challenge to industry and economic-development officials.
Because of the pandemic, the country was forced to reckon with the lack of equity in internet access, and the outsized impact that has had on the country and the economy. That's good news.
Midsized businesses have special needs and fewer resources than large enterprises. Here’s what to keep in mind.
The next time ransomware locks up your corporate files, a poorly trained, unwitting employee could be the culprit. That loss is preventable—with a few very key changes.